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this is wjz-tv, wjz-hd and wjz.com, baltimore. from the city to the counties to your neighborhood, now is complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >> new clues in colorado. the fbi breaks for the booby traps of the apartment. tonight, what's inside and what we are learning about the victims. many developments tonight. james holmes is accused of gunning down a dozen people and injuries 50 others at a midnight showing of batman. tonight, police move in to the bomb-filled apartment. let's begin with teresa garcia
from aurora, colorado, with the latest. >> reporter: bomb crews safely disarmed the bombs. >> this was designed to kill whoever entered it. >> reporter: police say the suspect's front door was fitted with a trip wire. nearby, at least 30 shells described as fireworks the size of golf balls. a bomb was disabled inside. investigators collected evidence outside of the apartment. investigators are said to have a surveillance video of holmes picking up 160 pounds of ammunition. he spent $15,000 on his guns and ammunition. james holmes is in solitary confinement while he awaits the
appearance in court monday. the names are released. annny dalton. her mother remains in critical condition. >> her life has changed. i mean, she still doesn't know her daughter's gone. >> but aurora won't let her or the others be forgotten. wjz eyewitness news. >> tonight, we're getting word that president obama will meet tomorrow with the victims and family members. security is stepped up. monique griego is live at the landmark theaters outside. >> reporter: there's officers at movie theaters, but the biggest changes could still be to come. the shooting rampage in colorado is already felt in movie theaters across the
country, including baltimore. >> i noticed there was an officer in the theater and a lot more around it. >> reporter: not everyone was surprised that a movie theater was targeted. >> this has been a long time coming. >> reporter: michael encountered terrorism, but is now the director at health and homeland security. >> this kind of mass event in a consumer situation is something that many of us have been worried about for years. >> reporter: greeneburger said this could change movie theaters the way 9/11 changed airports. he said it will force theaters and other places to revamp security. >> i think it's the beginning
of a new era of security protection that the american people will have to get used to. >> reporter: some already costumes and masks in the dark knight theater. but that may change. and baltimore city police say they plan to have extra officers on patrol at least through this weekend. adam, back to you. >> monique griego live with us. stay with wjz for complete coverage of this tragedy in aurora. for the very latest on the suspect and also, we're learning more information about the victims and the investigation. additional details at wjz.com. so far, some rainstorms have been washing on our week. how long is the rain going to last? let's check in with meteorologist bernadette woods. she's got a look at live doppler radar. it's quieting down in the city a little bit tonight. >> it definitely is a way, wet start to the weekend. the first warning doppler radar shows a little drizzle out
there. and then the drizzle is moving off to the east but fog is in the way, so a little more drizzle. as far as rainfall totals go, this takes it back to thursday when we get the heaviest amounts of rain but then four and a half inches crossed at 3.3 at b.w.i. marshall. you'd think that's mild for the evening here. 68 degrees. that's our high so far today. pretty incredible we've had this on top of us. we'll have the forecast coming up. >> thank you, bernadette. wjz is always on. you can check first warning weather coverage at any time at wjz.com and stay with us, bernadette will have more coming up in about ten minutes. a developing story we're following tonight. em battled media mogul moore
murdoch resigned from many boards. this is a month after they announced dividing into two companies. murdoch was hacking into royalty and public citizens. inside the central booking today, the inmate pierced with an unknown object. the inmate was taken to the hospital but injuries appear minor. no word on a suspect tonight. a man is shot in the face and survives. earlier this morning, officers found a 21-year-old man bleeding from multiple gunshot wounds at west belvidere avenue. he's said to be in stable condition tonight. anyone with information, go ahead and give them a call. one of the nation's fastest
growing arrangements and now b.w.i. thurgood marshall is getting a grant. >> reporter: it's now armed with a $12 million grant and b.w.i. said more improvements are on the way. the airport is giving its runway an upgrade. >> it's 20 years old, so you can imagine all the wear and tear everyday. >> reporter: those flights keep on coming. recently, b.w.i. had plans to update concourse c and two more airlines announced their arrival at the airport. b.w.i. said work on the runway is already underway. >> no impact on the customers. basically, we're working with the airline and f.a.a. tower and make it visible to the customer. >> reporter: angela greene and
her family said they choose b.w.i. but could bring more passengerrers with it. >> i'm not sure what that's going to do to us as passengers, but improving the runway for the airport, i'm sure that's overdue. >> reporter: long before the holiday rush begins. halt b.w.i., i'm gigi barnett, wjz eyewitness news. >> the 12 million-dollar grant is a small portion of a $350 million project to get up to safety standards by year 2015. now to an 87 man that was killed in a crash that was killed in ellicott city in howard county. he was pronounced dead at the scene. not to speed in rainy
conditions. maryland's black bear population more than doubled since 2005. this is one one found back in june that will have 287 bears in ellicott and gary in these counties alone. ravens linebacker terrell suggs may be sidelined from the game now, but he's not staying away from his fans. he was at poor boy's today. suggs tells wjz he's not quite ready to practice just yet, but he's making great process in his recovery. they've reconvened at training camp. on a day like this, it sure feels like football weather. doesn't it? a lot more to come on wjz's
eyewitness news. clinging to life literally. a driver who went over the edge. the dramatic rescue. scared shoppers. a mall roof collapsed, customers go running. so what caused it to cave in and a lift on japan at the international space station. what they're going on this mission. >> i'm meteorologist bernadette woods. after a break from the heat and some needed rain, we have some warmth returning our way. we'll have more when wjz eyewitness news returns.
>> the rain is finally dying down, but it's 68 degrees in central maryland. we'll have the forecast coming up. a bad crash leaves a truck dangling. the driver was literally hanging for his life after his leg got stuck under a 30-ton truck. the firefighters had to use some ropes and hoisted the driver back on to the bridge while paramedics worked to free his leg. the man did survive. a mall in north carolina's ceiling collapses. take a look at the heavy rain
after the south part. >> it was just like a movie. there was water right up to heels, like they were barely making it and then police started piling in, like, you've got to get out. you've got to get out, basically forcing us out of the food court. >> no one was hurt in the accident. an i italian court to decide the costa concordia. they need more time to gather evidence. the ship capsized. they blame the captain. the crews are also under investigation. japan's turn. they send a rocket blasting into space. >> three, two, one, ignition. >> the rocket there was carrying an unmanned spacecraft that delivered goods to astronauts living at the international space station.
the goods include two science projects designed by students, also, a new camera system with spare food and equipment. supposed to reach the orbit in about a week or so. despite the rainy day, a good amount of people showed up at artscape. it's truly baltimore with something for just about everyone. >> this may be the last opportunity to see this man. >> reporter: artscape in baltimore attracts all kinds. >> it's a little crazy. it's good, it's fun. >> it makes little creatures right here. >> reporter: this vendor making flee stuffed monsters. >> really unique. >> reporter: and speaking of unique. >> i am a surrealist artist. it's almost whimsical meets grotesque. i love artscape. i've always wanted a booth
here. i finally made it in this year, so it's really exciting. >> reporter: but she's still selling art anyway to a crowd full of locals and this guy from pennsylvania. >> these people. it's the best of the best. baltimore gets a bad name, but this is why baltimore is awesome. all the arts and all of the culture. >> reporter: it's the celebration of quirkiness. >> it's tomorrow from 11:00 to 8:00. some new additions, two cuban crocodiles. kind of cute at that size, huh? they were born at the zoo this week. the mother is dorothy, 55 years old. so you can imagine the surprise when the zoo keeper saw her lay eggs. so far, it's in good health and so far they're already nipping
at the handlers. >> every time we show the baby animals, it's cute. >> almost every baby animal is cute. >> i think most of the ones we see. >> not a lot of reptiles. i mean, what a crazy day it was. >> what a wild day. >> it felt like fall. >> it really did. in the air, sell a lot of ravens sweatshirts. >> we started out with a record high. 104 degrees. >> yeah, we recall. >> a record low-high temperature of 69 degrees. 35 degrees. we still have a little bit of drizzle out there. right now, the rain isn't over toward easton and some rain in southern parts of the states. most of this is just drizzlely
and damp. it's fog forming. the rain looks like it's trying to move away, but the air mass we're left with isn't going to clear up quite yet. we'll put it over and show you. coastal flood advisories for the next high tide cycle or two because it's already fallen and because of an easterly wind that's still in effect. temperaturewise, with all of this rain coming through, we just did not warm up today at all. we had that northeasterly wind and it's kind of calming down at this point, but that's part of why we're seeing the fog form overnight. and temperatures, 68 degrees. we were saying this earlier in the show. you think it's warm, but that was pretty much our high on today. 69 degrees. that is it. the average is 87 degrees. very far away from that record of 104 degrees. now, there is another round of heat brewing. it's out to our west. that's the kind of air that's
moving our way. but not quite yet. we're still lost in this until at least tomorrow. what we think is going to happen is seem very bright and temperatures will jump pretty quickly, but this front is trying to wash itself out. tomorrow is more or less the transition day. that's because another front is moving our way. now, by monday afternoon, the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms, the temperatures are getting into the 90s before that happens. the northeasterly wind is turning around to the southeast. very light winds. we're going to see locally dense fog and some drizzle, going down the about 63 degrees tonight and then 81 for the high because we think some sunshine is going to break through to the afternoon. take a look at the days to 91 on monday with a chance for afternoon thunderstorms and another front is going to come our way on wednesday or thursday. there's a chance for rain or thunderstorms in that one.
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>> the fans sports report. the orioles are in the series in cleveland. >> they're doing well right now. they're seven and a half games back from the yanks. they do what they have to. allowed one run over six hits. that first inning homer. have a seat. bottom three. patrolling right field. nick marx has newman's back. second night in the a row, out of the park goes the ball.
he gets a 2-1. toby needs 19 more to pass the all-time. also, flexing big time for the second straight night, ryan clarity. solo insurance in the hedge's homer. that's how the orioles won their consecutive. big jim thome. >> hopefully we can continue this ride and keep it rolling. >> that's good, jim. keep it rolling. the british open. the first and second round, brandt snitiker. tiger woods. in the hunt, very much alive. birdie and he got it loudly. that put him five under. back to the dreaded fan trap.
great. blaster to par. minus 19 to make him king for the day in the leader board. and the first victory saying catch me if you can, boys. graham and then brandt, and tiger woods at 204. elsewhere across the flat land. appears ready to flow for bradley wiggins. before finishing in one hour and four minutes and 13 seconds. wiggins on pace to become the first brit to win marquise masterpiece. finally, native baltimoreian bay hawk. 9-2 this evening. watch to beat ohio with the mid field turnover and ben for the
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